Grateful Dead Live at Eureka Municipal Auditorium on 1968-01-20
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New Potato Caboose ->
Born Cross-Eyed ->
Spanish Jam ->
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) Jam ->
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|New Potato Caboose ->|
|Born Cross-Eyed ->|
|Spanish Jam ->|
|Caution Jam ->|
-- Thanks to Rob Eaton for the Dat
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
- 2009-02-10 06:51:52
- Dat (Sony R500) -> Sound Devices 744T -> Adobe Audition v1.5 -> Samplitude Professional v10.2 -> FLAC
- Eureka, CA
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
Subject: Historically notable tour
My parents saw one of the Portland shows. They were folkies and left after half an hour because "it was too loud" lol. In fact my mom -- who's a lawyer -- ended up suing the band but for a valid reason (she was a personal injury lawyer at the time and a light fell on some girl's head).
She said she talked to the band's staff and it took them a while to find the insurance policy -- shocker! -- but they were very cool about it, felt terrible for the young lady and had no beef with getting her taken care of.
Subject: So fine
Subject: What Micah said!
Subject: a lil gem of a set
Subject: I want more Dark Star!
Subject: good show
Subject: Clementine sounds like My favourite things
I love all time periods of GD. All the pieces of the puzzle that are beyond words of description to the newcomer. It take so much patience to really get the picture. This ain't drive through baby!
Subject: The Eureka Show
Not the best '68 but worth hearing.
Road Trips 2-2 adds Viola & Schoolgirl. New Potato>Born Crosseyed are average-to-above-average examples of '68 Dead.
Subject: not a mention of the caution jam????
Subject: additional tracks...
**Viola Lee Blues is filler for disc 1, and it's another jaw-dropping performance from this era. No explanation needed for those in the know.
**Schoolgirl is on the bonus disc, track 2, another delightfully naughty blues romp with Pigpen in fine form.
The rest of this show is one of those that we deadheads should be happy as can be for, but *damned* if that cut during Dark Star doesn't just leave us panting and hanging on for more. If they are able to get us additional tracks on RT from the vault, maybe there's more lingering there. What we have now is essential Dead listening.
Subject: Anthem of the Sun source
Subject: 'Dick's Picks' and 'Road Trips'
Subject: This is an example of my favorite part of the
Subject: A Must Add!
Subject: Meet me
Subject: Hate to complain...
No matter, what's here is still 5 stars no question!
Thanks again to Charlie Miller.
Subject: want more!
Subject: the one
Subject: jazzy goodness
Subject: whoa!! NowThatsAShow!!!
dude ...you came across the real mccoy.... very very very much ...
careful: it rocks really loud and the recording is the best that could be fabricated
... don't listen to this when falling asleep or waking up ...
... do listen to this when you need to be transported into a world of sounds
oh yea... DO NOT be bummed out about losing DarkStar at the end
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" January 20, 1968 at the Eureka Municipal Auditorium, Eureka, CA, U.S.A.
Super 68' Soundboard!
A "Must Have" show! Classic 68' Sound, you're gonna freak. This show is a trip. Too bad "Dark Star" fades out 3 minutes into the song...
Thank you Mr. Miller!
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Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the LOVE from 1968.
Subject: Come to Humboldt
Subject: Sing, Siing, Sing...
January '68 and this suite swings like a Benny Goodman arrangement with Gene Krupa sitting in. It doesn't get any better than this one! (100 pts)
Subject: A Psychedelic Opus